Recently, True Caller was launched for iPhone Users, but it is not without its faults. Such apps are handy to know who is calling you and help you to avoid answering unwanted callers and telemarketers. You can also know who is calling you before you answer calls so you know if it is important for you or not. Now, there is a new app which will help you to do just that: Check out WhoApp for iPhone – Find out who is calling you and their addresses as well.
WhoApp claims to have the world’s largest address book, so it might be well worth giving it a shot. Find out more about this app below.
WhoApp for iPhone – Find out Who is calling you
- WhoApp will give you the name, address, a profile picture of the caller and many more information such as email address, their location and street view!
- After installing the app on your iPhone, when you decline a call from an unknown number, the app will ring you back instantly with all the information that you would want about the caller.
- Also, if you are calling an unknown number, you can input the number in the app to find out details about whom you are calling to.
Limitations of WhoApp on iPhone
The app only supports a few carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular and Metro PCS. Hopefully, support for more carriers will be launched soon, as well as expanding usability of the app in many other countries as well.
WhoApp will require access to your contacts list. The developer TelTech promises to keep your privacy safe.
WhoApp is available for free on the US App store. It works with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch with software version iOS 9.1 or later.
Have you tried WhoApp before? What do you think about it? Let me know in the comments below.